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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Aonl 16, 1973 Murders slim city England (API eclral city in tlie English mid- Daud McGreavy lends. cl.cugc'd in coiiit today with The dead children were Paul pnutl'jnr'j ear-oli! I Ra'ph and his sislers Dawn. 2, and his tvo baby sistws uhcsc and Samantha, 9 months. They mutilated bodice were found un- were taken from their beds Fri- day night. McGreavy made no plea and was grantee Jcgal aid. Magis-j (rates ordered him held to paled on spiked railings McC-reavy. 21, had been loc'g- .'it the homo of the c drcn's paicnts. The feiocity of; awalt mother preliminary hear- thc killings stunned this cath-1 ing April 23. c alled LOXUOV f Router lead- of Britain 000 hospital vo.Kers olfie.al1; ca led off accept a pay deal providing an additional ?5 a v, e'k for men and S6 for line with their pro lest action against government guidelines. erament pay restraint S.m- The action by hospital non- bu' warre'l it was onh a medical staff-cleaners, ordcr- peace lies, technicians and canteen A trn'on meeting decided un- staff-had resulted in closure of animyjsly to end stril-e action j hospital wards and some pa- tl ai sorted 46 days ago and to I tients being sent home. China u'orld troublemaker MOSCOW (AP) The Com- sky said Peking s policy is i munist party newspaper Pravda "imbued with great power, availed China Sunday as an chauvinism and anti Soviet- international trcvblsmaker. and ism.'' j praised the United States for its The Chinese, he said, are bent deepening cooperation with the on spreading discord in Eurooe Union and Asia and blocking Soviet Commentator Viktcr M a y-1 Japanese understanding. Woman demands money Parliament Hill bomb threat fizzles OTTAWA (CP) Bong. Bong. Bong. Three o'clock passed this morning and all remained well on Parliament Hill despite the threat of a bomb going off. A yourg woman telephoned House of Commons security guards at about p.m. Sun- day, demanding money in ex- change for the location of a bomb on the Hill, which she said was timed to explode at 3 a.m. Well-rehearsed security ar- rangements immediately went into effect wilh the r grounds, th buildings and their security staff scouring the building located on the Hill and the RCMP checking every nook and shadowed spot outside the buildings. While the RCMP have the re- sponsibility for patrolling the Revenge killing Gunmen slay housewife BELFAST (AP) A 59-year- old Protestant housewife an- swering a knock at her door was killed about midnight Sun- day night by gunmen who didn't see their victim. Security forces say Margaret n i, f it Royal romp Brandt arrives ior talks l 1 United Kingdom's Prince Andrew, left, and his cousin, BELGRADE (Renter i and official talks with Premier! Viscount Linley romp with hounds of the Duke of Bedford West German Chancellor Willy, Dzemal Bijedlic. Brandt will fly i Saturday as Andrew's mother, Queen Elizabeth II stands Rrsjint STivCG in i i j 41! A -C- i -i. Wednesday to President Titos nearby The British Royal Family was m Badminton to OT- j-iji f first OTilC13' VlSlt tO f Yugoslavia bv a West German secluded Adriatic island resi- attend the horse trials in which the queen's daughter, No action planned by Hall EDMONTON (CP) G'en tall, former National Hockey League all-star goalie, said Sat- jurday bis lawyer has told him I it would be impossible to take action against former Montreal bookmaker Theodare Aboud. who has been testifying at the Quebec crime commision in- Miller might have bsen shot in revenge for the slaying 24 hours earlier of Robert Millen. 23, one of the few Protestants in the Irish Republican Army. Four bullets ripped through the front door of Mrs. Miller's Belfast home, hitting her in the c'rest as she came down the hall to answer the door. Her killer jumped into a waiting car and escaped. Millen was shot from a speecl- car in Belfast Sa urday night while on a patrol with other members of the IRA's Marxist Official wing. He was believed the first Prstes- tant member of the largely Ro- Catholic IRA to die since i communal warfare broke out in i m head of government. dence of Brioni for private talks After two dajs in Belgrade with the Yugoslav leader. Mass trial under way ISTANBUL (Renter) Tur-, mass trial since the military key's biggest mass trial in the coup tv.o years ago and the princess Anne, is competing. Economic union fore a military conn here. underground Turkish People's It will be Turkey's largest. Liberation Army Tribal warriors battle POftT MORESBY. New involved about 3.000 warriors; Guinea 'Reuter) Fighting and appeared to be a re: has broken out among gence of trouble between U.S. possible TORONTO (CP) Economic and more be problems j ple believe me when I say union between Canada and the i that will be solved only in there no -m faose Hbal .arriors in the western Clga and Kumulga I lut quiry in Montreal. Aboud told the commission that he was told in early 1961 that the goalie for the Chicago Black Hawks had bet against his team in a game that the Black Hawks lost. Hall later said Aboud had to be referring to him since he was in goal for the entire 1960-61 season when Chicago won the Stanley Cup. Hall restated denials of the charges. 1 '-The effect of those state- meats has been 1 far as my family concerned. There is no truth j full (in them. Compersation from the oil com- ''My only hope is that peo- Major oil producers end tcdks Northern Ireland nearly lour years ago. The deaths of Mrs. Miller ana Mullen raised the confirmed fa- tality toll in the strife to 774. British troops reported nearly 20 shooting incidents in North- em Ireland during the weekend. In one, so'diers shot a Catho- lic boy and his sister in the An- derspnstown area of Belfast and admitted later they probably had made a mistake. The 13-year-old boy suffered serious chest wounds. His 19- year-old sister was hit in the leg and side. An army spokesman said a military patrol saw a sniper preparing to fire at them and fired at the man. Immediately afterward. Deeding a car away. was seen When it CAIRO (AP) Talks by the world's major oil producers and 16 Western oil companies ended after only 90 minutes today to permit consultations with the people they represent. Expresing optimism that agreement will be reached for higher oil prices to offset the recent U.S. dollar devaluation', a spokesman said: "We have decided to meet again within a few days but the place and date w i 11 be announced from Vienna." Abdel Rahman Khan, the Al- j gerian secretary of the Organ- stepped, the youth, Ms sister and a third person jumped out and started to run. The soldiers shouted at them to stop: the trio kept running and the troops opened fire. "If. as now seems probable. the three people were not con- cerned in tbs incident, the army expresses its deep regret" contents are the responsibility of the Commons staff. Nothing was found In search and, while the RCMP re- fused comment on the matter, a Commons security spokesman appeared not greatly concerned. "It was a demand for he said not mentioning the amount. "We searched everywhere and are satisfied there is noth- ing." He also mentioned that, be- cause of the solid stone con- struction of the three buildings on the Hill, it would take a bomb of considerable propor- tions to do a great deal of dam- age. And, as the great Peace Tower clock pealed out the hour, the confidence of the se- curity spokesman was upheld. Launching set CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) The U.S.' National Aeronautics and Space Admin- istration announced today ft will launch a second commun- ications satellite for Canada on Thursday night. The satellite, Anik 2 after the Eskimo world for "broth- is to be lifted into space at p.m. EST by a Delta rocket. It is to bs placed in stationary orbit miles high. Its twin, Anik 1, was orbited last Nov. 9 and is providing telephone, radio and television service for the first time to hundreds of remote commun- ities in Canada's vast north- land. Weather and road report SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET t muse d f Exporting T devastating as Countries (OPEC) Letbbndgc ily and I are means h ful o{ Fmcher C A ic nn truth YtAHimriA 1 Creek Hat highlands o f Paoua N e w Guinea, police reported today. volved recently in three vicious i battles in longstanding dis- A spokesman said the fighting pute over a village woman. Tornadoes kill 8 persons losing tural and political identity, a debate en Canadian and DALLAS CAP) Tornadoes dollars. Thunderstorms hail flammed into three Texas com- and strong winds m almo-t Sundav. Killing eight persons and injuring more than sectlon of the state" Fioocung took two other The first tornado tat before dawn in the north and v.est SEC- Propertv damage was esti- tions of Plainview, a city of: mated at several millions of' about persons. George Ball, former U.S. under- j American unity taped for the secretary cf state, said Sunday. J CBC television program. Week- 1 ''It seems almost inevitable er.d. 1 that the problems which Can- j Other debaters included Da- ada and ths United States are j vid national New Demo- j will cratic Partv leader. Nova ments. Even if a person could Sources close to the Iraai del- egation said the OPEC repre- sc-ntatives gave the oil firms a p H L Pre. 56 22 51 36 58 29 Sfi 15 50 2fl 45 34 52 31 FORECAST: Lethhriclge Medicine Hat Mainiy sunny today. Highs near 55. Lows near 30. Tu- esday: Cloudy periods with a few showers. Highs near 50. Calgary Today and Tues- day: A few cloudy periods Highs both days near 50. Lows ra sue, no amount of money can l written list of their demands f or j _ _ repair damage to a man's rep- higher oil prices to offset the 10. i George to have to face utation.' Hall, who now farms at Stony Plain, west of here, thanked officials him. per-ccnt dollar devaluation ana Kain loops Vancouver losses due to any future deval- uations. Judge takes Deaths own life the Boxing Hall of Fame in VANCOUVER Mr. Kclowna. F. Jack Al- Justice C-. F. T. GregDry of ths in, 55, the founding member of j British Columbia Supreme the RCAF Golden Hawks aero- New Herman, i 77. twice the world bantam Ijoxing champion and elected to Court died Saturday night batic team. srid was Scotia Premier Gerald Regan and Mel chairman of the Committee for an Independ- ent Canada. Mr. Lewis agreed that inter- rational co-operation and inter- dependence were ''obvious ob- but said they must not be used as excuses "for let- ting the multinational corpo-, rations take over countries ike j Canada." j CALLS THEM 'A j i He said multinational corpo- He "was i rations "are a great danger to i the welfare of many people in' fiom a gunshot wound police PoKce said Mrs. Gregory the world. r forni 1 where in- rf takln? countiy over relumed from Vancouver Inter- 'national Airport ?bout midSight w taKln" '.ne counu7 over to the Gregc-v's Vancouver take ihosne about midnight Saturday over means by which the night to find her h-vband's bodv hiJis; on the croimd in the l. raD'na Can backvard. Campora assured of majority From BUENOS AIRES (CP) e'.ections Sunday Argentina's protect the exoorters from j Saskatoon.......3i I Regina ..........35 17 OPEC, which exports 80 per j 16 cent of the world's oil, signed 3> an agreement with maior West- ern oil companies in Geneva in J January, 1972, which provided j S for automatic compensation of! six to seven psr cent in the Charlottetown _ _ _ _ 1 A4-AV. ,------1 i 25-30. j Columbia Kootcnay To- 53 42 .04' day: Cloudy with periods of PO 43 .011 rain except snow in the 31 i Columbia mostly on the moun- 61 41 l tain ridges. Tuesday: Cloudy .53 41 .161 with a few showers. Highs to- 21 ..60 40 ..60 35 35 25 58 39 54 36 event of another dollar deval- Fredencton 62 34 uation. Chicaso OPEC now is seeking full 10- i York i per-cent compensation for the j devaluation of the dollar in Feb- ruary and full compensation for 1 any future dollar devaluation. -Eight killed as-' MTiami........ s Angeles Vegas 77 59 67 45 73 70 66 53 74 51 77 61 Phoenix Rome...........64 Paris...........55 47 president-elect. Dr. Hector J.: Campora, a strong majority in j both houses of Congress and the support of most provincial gov- j London Berlin Amsterdam Moscow Stockholm Tokyo 57 48 54 37 46 37 52 .37 45 37 54 46 {day near 50. Lows tonight [around 32 except near 30 in the esst Kooteanay area. Highs Tuesday around 50. MONTANA East cf Continental Divide 1 Partly cloudy and warmer to- i day and tonight with gusty southwest winds along east slcpe Rockies. Considerable cloudiness Tuesday with scat- tered showers mostly over western mountains. Highs to- day 50s. Lows tonight 25 to 35. Highs Tuesday 45 to 55 west 55 to 65 east portion. West of Continental Divide Becoming cloudy with scatter- ed rain snowers by afternoon. Scattered ram o snow showers tonight and Tuesday. Cooler Tuesday. Highs today 50 to 60. Lows tonieht 30s. Highs Tues- 'day 40 to 50. DT.ry f.f Col. C. A. Fron-Ti, Officer Commanding v; M. PoVc inr-J. MOMMY SEPTEMBER rh st s 3 "i 41? miles nut tn fr-rd and Th" buffalo hilherto hnvc Jnir.- h-j' lod-y 3 larc" ronnimne a numbrr cif sr'i r? ran lirif of marrh Ahwt trn ff n'l'H N'o r va'-cr. bad mud A1! loilav V--pt <-TI a from 2 to 3 jni5es from th" rr.Tr ard crossinc a number srxxrt into "he Saskatchewan Found from in ih? A police spokesman -sH Mr. .listice Gregory had frJinj hraith for jears arc iiad gonc- a stCTinch oriern'on Mr if? -KJ? a 3tive of VictO'n aivi raring Canada, h" said. They i Tte second round of balloting j By CANADIAN PRESS j were invited tn huv the country- j the Peromsf coali- j M ]casf persons -m f" i "T doTi'l bbrrs" the Americans s lading in the Senate io Curing t h c J for taki-c advantsw of a sibi-i4I .of and raised .vcehcH hv dro-A11ing stion which wns open tr, them." i tisir governsmp 20 o. Jnrcc .r3i ,.ic and tf r. Kcaan said fordgrnnvned bcsn in exp'oifhe industries were a sec- ondan' problem under-; n 0 m'i c colc-i chiefs. had. cnejna the a of Ule34 scats !n hc Police were i.i He condcirne-'J i searching for the "mh house of the ,fe bodv f D ft john which' House of Deputes, jn Match. cf vidoria who of mar.u- was afler his canoe over- Runoffs were held in 34 orov- iurrcd jn on lhc inccs and in the feceral district nrar Port v. .t.v up coiivcnne-'i i' }jncr near Port Jjardj' on c-i Jaw there for a nme. He tost export Tanadian re-! because no party had won a i Island Satur- was Jte of F. Ii sources for production in the majorily in the and 3 justice of ibc B C. US a-vi firms that sen-e a t governorship races in March. _ j jiyrllc I.ylian 49. of Sucrc-me O.url. j'-captive Canadian markel." i Supporter? of former n---ar _Mr 3 dm''t compete with their j der.t Jiisn Pcron-who governed